Rock it Out! Blog: “Is Speed Metal Too Fast For Human Drummers?” + MORE
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“It’s a stupid name, we know…” admits lead singer Jamie Glass, and yet, despite their unusual nomenclature, Get Inuit are effortlessly making waves amongst BBC Radio stations. With their unique blend of surf inspired guitar pop receiving praise from the likes of Huw Stephens, Abbie McCarthy and Tom Robinson, it’s hard to believe this band has only been on the scene since June last year…
Jhené Aiko made her late-night television debut, appearing on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Friday. Back by The Roots, the pint-sized R&B singer performed “The Worst.” Off last year’s Sail Out EP, head to iTunes and purchase a copy now.
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Arctic Monkeys’ frontman Alex Turner has spoken out about the band’s old material, saying he finds it difficult to perform live.
“Sometimes it’s tough to get through one of the old ones live. You know, you don’t feel like that any more,” Turner told the Daily Star. “When you tell the same joke 600 times, you won’t hear what it is any more, but then sometimes, like, the 601st time you might see something in it you didn’t before…
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By Kevin P. Sullivan with reporting by Josh Horowitz
Has speed metal become too fast for human drummers to keep up with? In an article published by The Wall Street Journal, producer Mark Mynett made headlines claiming that he’s worked on albums where “the drummer didn’t play a single bass-drum track on a single song” and that the drums were instead produced digitally…